Well, no, it's not normal to have Peripheral Neuropathy and Fibromyalgia.
They are indicators of an underlying illness. In my case, the fibromyalgia was triggered by Lyme Disease, and I'm developing some symptoms of neuropathy.
Here is some information about supplements that can help Peripheral Neuropathy.
Full text at: http://www.atdn.org/simple/neurop.html
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition caused by damage to the nerves in the peripheral nervous system.
The peripheral nervous system includes nerves that run from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body.
Peripheral neuropathy is usually felt at first as tingling and numbness in the hands and feet.
Neuropathy can be caused by vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, HIV, or a side effect of drugs.
For night -time pain relief, Neurontin can be combined with topical pain relievers such as Lidocaine ointment and the Lidoderm patch.
Capsaicin, available over the counter as Capzasin-P and Capzasin-HP, is another option for topical pain relief.
(Topical means applied to the skin.)
Try taking a multivitamin with vitamin E in it, and a B complex to help with symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
Other supplements that have shown some effect on neuropathy include
alpha-lipoic acid (also known as thioctic acid) and
gamma linolenic acid (GLA).
You can google for neuropathy, supplements, to find more information.
Wishing you the best,